Facial Treatment Duration: 90 Minute

90 Minute

The Firming Facial is a non-invasive skin rejuvenation procedure based on the RF Skin Firming treatment. Like the RF procedure, the Firming Facial treatment works by delivering radiofrequency energy to the deeper layers of the facial skin. This works to trigger the growth of new, healthy skin cells as well as increased collagen and elastin production. Collagen and elastin are both important proteins for the overall health and complexion of the skin. By increasing the production of these protein.

Rediscover youthful, radiant skin with our Firming Facial treatment, expertly designed to combat the signs of aging and restore your skin’s natural firmness. At FIONA PMU , we use advanced techniques and high-quality products to deliver visible results that will leave your skin looking and feeling revitalized.


What is a Firming Facial?

A Firming Facial is a specialized skincare treatment focused on enhancing skin elasticity, tightening sagging areas, and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. This treatment combines deep cleansing, exfoliation, and the application of potent anti-aging ingredients to stimulate collagen production and improve skin texture.

Benefits of Firming Facial

production, essential proteins that maintain the skin’s structure and elasticity. This results in firmer, more resilient skin.

2. Reduction of Fine Lines and Wrinkles By targeting the deeper layers of the skin, this treatment helps to smooth out fine lines and wrinkles, providing a more youthful appearance.

3. Enhanced Skin Tone and Texture Exfoliation and targeted serums work together to even out skin tone and refine skin texture, reducing the appearance of age spots and rough patches.

4. Deep Hydration The facial includes the use of hydrating masks and serums that penetrate deeply into the skin, replenishing moisture levels and leaving your skin plump and hydrated.

5. Lifting and Tightening Effect Techniques such as facial massage, microcurrent, or radiofrequency (depending on the specific treatment) help lift and tighten sagging skin, providing an immediate and noticeable effect.

6. Boosted Radiance Improved blood circulation and nutrient delivery during the facial enhance your skin’s natural glow, making it look vibrant and healthy

Ideal Candidates for Firming Facial

The Firming Facial is suitable for anyone looking to improve the firmness and elasticity of their skin. It is particularly beneficial for those experiencing:
• Sagging skin
• Fine lines and wrinkles
• Dull or uneven skin tone
• Loss of skin elasticity
• Dehydrated skin
The Firming Facial Process

1. Consultation: Your treatment begins with a thorough consultation to assess your skin type and specific concerns.
2. Cleansing: The skin is cleansed to remove makeup, dirt, and oil.
3. Exfoliation: Gentle exfoliation removes dead skin cells, promoting cell turnover.
4. Firming Treatment: Application of firming serums and masks containing peptides, antioxidants, and other anti-aging ingredients.
5. Massage: A lifting and firming facial massage stimulates blood flow and enhances product absorption.
6. Advanced Techniques: Depending on the treatment, this may include

Microcurrent and radiofrequency facials are advanced skincare treatments that use electrical currents or radiofrequency waves to stimulate skin tissue. While highly effective for skin tightening, firming, and rejuvenation, these treatments may not be suitable for everyone. It’s essential to consider the following contraindications to ensure your safety and the best possible results:
1. Pregnancy
• Risk of Stimulation
: Pregnant individuals should avoid microcurrent and radiofrequency treatments due to potential risks of electrical stimulation affecting fetal development. Consult with your healthcare provider for advice on safe skincare alternatives during pregnancy.
2. Metal Implants or Devices
• Interference Risk
: Individuals with metal implants or devices (such as pacemakers,
defibrillators, or cochlear implants) should avoid microcurrent and radiofrequency treatments. These devices may be susceptible to interference from electrical currents used in these facials.
3. Epilepsy or Seizure Disorders
• Stimulation Risk
: Microcurrent and radiofrequency treatments involve electrical currents that could potentially trigger seizures in individuals with epilepsy or seizure disorders. It is crucial to consult with a healthcare provider before considering these treatments.
4. Skin Infections or Open Wounds
• Risk of Infection
: Active skin infections, wounds, cuts, abrasions, or lesions should be fully healed before undergoing microcurrent or radiofrequency treatments. These conditions may increase the risk of infection or discomfort during the treatment.
5. Recent Facial Surgery or Injections
• Healing Period
: Individuals who have recently undergone facial surgery (such as a facelift) or received facial injections (such as Botox or dermal fillers) should wait until the healing process is complete before undergoing microcurrent or radiofrequency treatments. These treatments may interfere with surgical sutures or disrupt the placement of injectables.
6. Severe Skin Conditions• Inflammatory Conditions: Severe inflammatory skin conditions like rosacea, eczema, or psoriasis may be aggravated by microcurrent or radiofrequency treatments. It’s important to treat these conditions and consult with a dermatologist before proceeding with these facials.
7. Implanted Devices (Cosmetic)
• Risk of Displacement
: Individuals with implanted cosmetic devices, such as silicone implants or permanent fillers, should avoid microcurrent or radiofrequency treatments over these areas. The electrical currents or heat generated by these treatments could potentially affect the position or integrity of these implants.
8. Blood Clotting Disorders
• Bleeding Risk
: Individuals with blood clotting disorders or those taking anticoagulant medications may be at increased risk of bruising or bleeding during microcurrent or radiofrequency treatments. It’s advisable to consult with a healthcare provider before proceeding.
9. Cancer
• Risk Assessment
: Individuals undergoing cancer treatment or who have a history of skin cancer should consult with their oncologist or dermatologist before considering microcurrent or radiofrequency treatments. These treatments may not be suitable depending on the individual’s health status and treatment plan.

General Precautions

Consultation: Always undergo a thorough consultation with a qualified skincare professional before scheduling microcurrent or radiofrequency treatments. Discuss your medical history, current skincare routine, and any concerns to determine if these treatments are appropriate for you.
• Qualified Practitioner: Ensure that the treatment is performed by a trained and experienced practitioner who understands the technology and can customize the treatment to your skin’s needs.
• Aftercare: Follow any specific aftercare instructions provided by your skincare professional to optimize the results and minimize potential side effects.By understanding these contraindications and precautions, you can make an informed decision about whether microcurrent or radiofrequency facials are suitable for your skincare goals and overall health. Always prioritize safety and consult with a healthcare provider if you have any questions or concerns.